Joslin’s Research Fellows Program - the largest diabetes specific training program in the world - prepares the next generation of basic and clinical researchers in diabetes with more than 100 MD and PhD fellows in training each year.
Fellows are able to learn basic and advanced scientific techniques from morphology to genetics, genomics and proteomics and to expand their horizons by being exposed to the latest advances in basic science and clinical research in diabetes.
Joslin‘s internationally recognized faculty includes leaders in the fields of immunology, vascular biology, islet biology, insulin action, diabetes complications, psychosocial research, and genetics and epidemiology. The more than 35 faculty-level investigators engage in both basic and clinical/translational research across the 7 research sections.
The Office of Research Fellows Affairs serves as faculty advisor to the Fellows Council and the fellows and works to supplement their mentors/Principal Investigators training and guidance.